With 36 works on loan from the Frick Collection in New York, this exhibition is a first. Never before has such a large group from this museum’s collection been lent elsewhere. The exhibition features masterpieces from the thirteenth through nineteenth centuries, including paintings, drawings, sculptures and decorative arts. This includes work by masters such as Cimabue, Van Eyck, Memling, Reynolds and Gainsborough, artists which are not, or barely, represented in Dutch public collections. This exhibition provides insight into the collection and background of the Frick Collection and its legendary founder, the wealthy steel magnate Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919).